2021 NFC SOUTH CHAMPIONS!
The Buccaneers clinched their first NFC South title since 2007
by beating the Carolina Panthers, 32-6, in Charlotte.
It's official: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will get a chance to defend their Super Bowl LV title.
The BUCS are seeking a third Super Bowl title, after winning Super Bowl XXXVII following the 2002 season and Super Bowl LV last February. Already the first team to win a Super Bowl in its home stadium, they are on course to be the first team to win back-to-back Super Bowls since New England and the 2003 and 2004 seasons.
This is the first time since that first Super Bowl victory that the Buccaneers have returned to the playoffs in consecutive seasons. Tampa Bay has now won seven division titles in 46 seasons, three as members of the NFC Central (1979, 1981 and 1999) and now four as members of the NFC South (2002, 2005, 2007 and 2021)..
CONGRATULATIONS MIKE EVANS
Nominated for Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award
"it's extremely humbling.""
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced today wide receiver Mike Evans as its nominee for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award, presented by Nationwide. Considered the league's most prestigious honor, the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award, presented by Nationwide, recognizes an NFL player for outstanding community service activities off the field, as well as excellence on the field. This is the third consecutive year that Evans has been nominated for the award. Each of the league's 32 nominees were announced .
"It's an honor to be recognized with the very best in the league for the impact that we make in our communities," said Evans. "I'm blessed to play football for a living, but the true value of our work comes in how we uplift those in need of support. To be nominated three years in a row, it's extremely humbling."
LET'S TOSS A TROPHY
If you cant toss a tablet, let's toss the Super Bowl LVI Trophy!
Was it a Tablet toss World Record Tom?.
Tom Brady got a warning from the NFL about throwing the Microsoft Surface tablet, he told Jim Gray on their SiriusXM “Let’s Go!” podcast on Monday.
“I can’t throw another Surface or else I get fined. Imagine that. Imagine that,” Brady said, laughing. “I won’t throw another Surface. Although I think it was pretty good marketing for the Surface at the end of the day. I think it worked out pretty well for them.”
Brady had previously apologized for throwing the tablet, and said he was “pretty pissed” at the time.
“I didn’t want to throw an interception with that tablet so I made sure it hit the ground. It was out of use. There was no chance of that one being using that tablet after I got ahold of that tablet.”.
DESTIN FORT WALTON BEACH, FL
Official BuccaneersFan.com Panhandle Watch Party
If your in the Destin, Fort Walton Beach or Okaloosa Island Florida, are not strangers to pirates, scallywags, privateers, Krewes and now Buccaneers "Ye Krewe of Pewter Pirates". The Captain of BuccaneersFan.com is developing a Panhandle Gameday watch location to enjoy Tampa Bay Buccaneers Games with fellow Fans - If your interested contact us.
“Remembering Our Heroes Festival”
Wanted - Fanatical Tailgate Fans
There is no experience in the seven seas quite like tailgating at a Tampa Bay Buccaneers game. The smell of grilling, camaraderie, and drink brings together the greatest fans in the NFL to enjoy the best day of the week, GAMEDAY.
We want to share your experience and invite you to email photographs with a note on what makes your experience special. If you host a regular tailgate or a "Watch Party" you would like us to share, please email details to us today and also join our FaceBook page CLICK HERE---> FACEBOOK BUCFANS
We're very fortunate in Tampa Bay and some other NFL stadiums promote tailgating and their fans taken full advantage of the experience. If your life goal is to tailgate or join others on Gameday, this will become your guide on where to start and finish. If you are just looking for the best time possible join our FaceBook page today. For everyone not on soctal media, we will list the rankings for the best fan tailgating and/or watch party for every "World Champion" Tampa Bay Buccaneers gameday.
Super Bowl LV Buccaneers Broken Records
Super Bowl LV was an historic life moment Buccaneersfan.com will never forget.
Yes... The BUCS dominated the Chiefs for much of the game becoming the first ever NFL team to win (or even play) in a Super Bowl in their home Raymond James Stadium. But there were also other records set at the game.
According to BuccaneersFan.com, these Super Bowl records were also set in Super Bowl LV:
Most Games – 10, Tom Brady
Most Games, Winning Team – 7, Tom Brady
Oldest Head Coach, Winning Team – 68, Bruce Arians
Oldest Player, Game – 43, Tom Brady
Most Pass Attempts, Career – 421, Tom Brady
Most Passes Completed, Career – 277, Tom Brady
Most Passing Yards, Career – 3039, Tom Brady
Most Touchdown Passes, Career – 21, Tom Brady
Most First Downs by Penalty, Team – 6, Tom Brady
Most First Downs by Penalty, Both Teams – 9, Tampa Bay (6) vs. Kansas City (3)
Most Touchdowns, QB-Receiver Tandem, Career – 5, Tom Brady-Rob Gronkowski
SUPER BOWL RECORDS TIED IN SUPER BOWL LV
Most Fumbles, Career – 5, Tom Brady
Most Fumbles Recovered, Career – 2, Patrick Mahomes
Fewest Touchdowns, Team – 0, Kansas City
Fewest Rushing Touchdowns, Team – 0, Kansas City
Fewest Passing Touchdowns, Team – 0, Kansas City
Fewest Punt Returns, Team – 0, Tampa Bay
Fewest Punt Return Yards, Both Teams – 0, Tampa Bay vs. Kansas City
Fewest Fumbles Lost, Both Teams – 0, Tampa Bay vs. Kansas City
Fewest Turnovers, Team – 0, Tampa Bay
CONGRATULATIONS JOHN LYNCH
Named to Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2021
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected John Lynch out of Stanford in the third round, 82nd choice overall, of the 1993 NFL Draft. A hard-hitting and smart play-making safety, Lynch was a vital addition to the Buccaneers defense that soon dominated the NFL.
He worked hard to earn a permanent starting role in 1996, his fourth pro season. Lynch made the most of his opportunity as he racked up more than 100 tackles and tied his career-high with three interceptions. From that point forward, he was the anchor of Tampa Bay’s secondary on a defense that perennially ranked among the NFL’s best.
Lynch was voted to the Pro Bowl for the first time following the 1997 season. It was the first of nine Pro Bowls to which he was elected. He earned first-team All-Pro recognition three straight years from 1999 to 2001.
In 2002, he was an integral part of the Buccaneers’ championship season that was capped with the franchise’s first Super Bowl title. Lynch contributed 96 tackles (50 solo), three interceptions, and 12 passes defensed as Tampa Bay finished 12-4. His strong play continued through the postseason when he added five tackles in the divisional playoff, six more tackles in the championship game and registered one tackle and pass defensed in the Buccaneers’ Super Bowl XXXVII victory.
Lynch signed as a free agent with the Denver Broncos in 2004 where he played the final four seasons of his 15-year career. He helped lead the Broncos to a conference championship game appearance in his second season in Denver. That year he recorded a career-high four sacks, intercepted two passes, forced four fumbles, and racked up 69 tackles. He added three solo tackles, one assist and one pass defensed in the 1995 AFC Championship Game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
In all, Lynch played in 224 regular season games, recorded 26 interceptions returned for 204 yards, added 13 sacks, and registered more than 1,000 tackles. He was credited with 90 or more tackles in a season nine times during his career.